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Unite for Freedom 'Peace and Human Rights' - Central London

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After much fuss over dates, the next combined Unite for Freedom rally in central London has been confirmed for 29th May.

 

There will also be a Worldwide Demo day taking place on 15th May - including in Manchester, Bristol, Edinburgh, London, Hull and Glastonbury - but these are apparently set to be more local events.


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I’d leave booking tickets for as late as possible; keep an eye on the 29th for changes. Let’s get our asses there again lest the momentum drops. THE LION SLEEPS NO MORE.

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Are there any more details for this for someone who doesn't use social media (such as where to meet, what time etc)? Would like to go to the London one on May 29.

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16 minutes ago, truth_seeker90 said:

Are there any more details for this for someone who doesn't use social media (such as where to meet, what time etc)? Would like to go to the London one on May 29.

 

What usually happens is that the location of the start of the march gets announced on the morning itself via social media - literally a couple of hours before it starts. However, it pretty much always ends up being at Hyde Park. The last two have started from Hyde Park Corner with many before starting from Speakers Corner. So I would suggest that, if you don't have access to social media, hang around the Hyde Park area and you will find the march. They set off fireworks and flares last time so because of that, combined with the number of people there (and noise), you couldn't miss it.

 

I can almost guarantee that you will also come across other protestors on your journey - certainly when you get to London. So just speak to people and ask them if they know where to head and perhaps stick with them. Everyone I have come across at the rallies has been really friendly and welcoming.

 

Aim to be in central London for 11am. I don't know yet if this one is starting at 12 midday or 1pm but I will post further updates up to the day before the rally. On the day itself, I will be going so probably won't be able to post any more updates on the day unfortunately.

 

I hope this helps and I hope you come along and enjoy the experience. 🙂

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17 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

What usually happens is that the location of the start of the march gets announced on the morning itself via social media - literally a couple of hours before it starts. However, it pretty much always ends up being at Hyde Park. The last two have started from Hyde Park Corner with many before starting from Speakers Corner. So I would suggest that, if you don't have access to social media, hang around the Hyde Park area and you will find the march. They set off fireworks and flares last time so because of that, combined with the number of people there (and noise), you couldn't miss it.

 

I can almost guarantee that you will also come across other protestors on your journey - certainly when you get to London. So just speak to people and ask them if they know where to head and perhaps stick with them. Everyone I have come across at the rallies has been really friendly and welcoming.

 

Aim to be in central London for 11am. I don't know yet if this one is starting at 12 midday or 1pm but I will post further updates up to the day before the rally. On the day itself, I will be going so probably won't be able to post any more updates on the day unfortunately.

 

I hope this helps and I hope you come along and enjoy the experience. 🙂

Many thanks for your help!

 

I might get some "social media" for things like this, but I tried to stay away most of my life as I don't want to be supporting big tech.

 

If anyone is coming from southwest UK, if they wanted to carpool I would be up for that to save on petrol (and have some company during a 3 hour drive!)

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On 4/30/2021 at 3:02 PM, Red Pilled said:

I’d leave booking tickets for as late as possible; keep an eye on the 29th for changes. Let’s get our asses there again lest the momentum drops. THE LION SLEEPS NO MORE.

Could you please clarify what you mean in regards to "tickets"? 

As I'm sure the actual protest itself is free??? "Correct me if I'm wrong" 

I find the comment ambiguously vague and a little misleading, 

I'd hate for it to incorrectly deter possible participants. 

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7 hours ago, AngryOwl said:

Could you please clarify what you mean in regards to "tickets"? 

As I'm sure the actual protest itself is free??? "Correct me if I'm wrong" 

I find the comment ambiguously vague and a little misleading, 

I'd hate for it to incorrectly deter possible participants. 

Sorry, I meant TRAIN tickets. You were right to point it out. Thank you. 

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9 hours ago, Red Pilled said:

Sorry, I meant TRAIN tickets. You were right to point it out. Thank you. 

No problem at all ✌ & ❤️

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